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YOGA ANYONE??

Friday, January 07, 2011

Since I have on on "HOUSE ARREST" I have been trying to use the time wisely by tying up tons of "LOOSE ENDS".. Yes I am a procrastinator [my picture is probably in the dictionary].. I found out I still had a ton of Yoga Classes left over. Planning on using then soon as I can stand , squat, sit etc bare feet. I am thinking about investing in a few props to take to class.. I was never that good at it to begin with [NO FLEXIBILITY AT ALL] emoticon I guessed that's why I stopped. MY questions is.. How silly would I look if I took them to the class just for a few sessions to help my confidence. Or just forget about them and dive in feet first?? like I did the fist time.. LOL
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  • v ZONE5GIRL
    What I personally did was buy some beginner yoga dvds (like Rodney Yee's AM/PM yoga)...they helped a lot to become familiar with terminology and correct posture, etc. Then when I took the classes, it was like old hat. :-) Tamara
    1941 days ago
  • v CHAOS247
    THANKS GUYS emoticon emoticon
    1964 days ago
  • v JAB0929
    I don't think you'll look silly at all. I have tried many classes and a lot of teachers want you to use props. Yoga is should be accessible to everyone!
    1965 days ago
  • v DAWNSYOGAFLOW
    I love yoga, I'm an instructor.
    Most studios have the props already, bolsters, blocks, straps. But most will want you to bring your own mat. More sanitary anyway for you. And they may charge you to use one. Call first and ask.
    Don't worry about flexibility, you HAVE to start where you are right now, no getting around it. I have all shapes, sizes and ages in my classes. I teach at a Y and they just wander on in sometimes, it's a beautiful thing!! I love my peeps!!
    Good luck and use those coupons!!
    1965 days ago
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